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July 31, 2018

Updated on 19 Apr 2022

When baking at home becomes a part of your life, you start looking for the best oven to buy for baking. But given the wide range of options available, it is obvious to get confused.

I had the same problem when I wanted to buy an oven for myself. There are tons of articles on the internet talking about ovens, but no single source where you could get all your doubts cleared.

Though I got my first oven as an unexpected gift, I know many of you have the same challenge of how to find your best oven to buy. I have tried simplifying this for you in this article best oven for baking at home.

Best Oven to Buy for Baking

You need to first decide if you need a countertop oven or a built-in oven. Countertop ovens sit on the counter of your kitchen. It is available in various dimension and capacity. These are mobile and you can move them from one place to another.

Unlike built-in ovens, the countertop ovens have zero installation cost. But because they occupy space on your kitchen counter, they become less favorable for a few.

On the other hand, the built-in oven needs dedicated space in your kitchen. They look fancy. These ovens can be tucked into a free space on the wall or kitchen cabinet leaving your counter space free.

Because they are permanently installed, it is difficult to replace them if need be. If installed overhead, access to it could be difficult. Also, it comes with a high installation cost.


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Best Oven for cake baking?

Recently, I got an interesting question from one of a member of a community I am a part of. The question was like:


Hi, Sonia. I am avidly following you for past few months since the joining of this amazing bakers guild. It is a great article, something I was looking for a while. It covered all the necessary points yet I would like to ask which oven do you prefer especially for baking cakes? A Convection one or a Conventional one? Since most of the bakers swear by a regular non-fan oven for baking moist cakes.

I felt that this could be a question by many and hence thought to address it here.

My answer:

Broadly talking, convection and conventional ovens are almost the same except that convection oven comes with an additional fan. The fan helps in circulating the heat evenly in the chamber. If the convection oven has the fan switch, which it generally comes with, you can anytime use a convection oven as a conventional oven by switching off the fan.

Coming to the baking of the cake, conventional baking is always better when something needs to rise while baking. Convection baking oven will bake the outer layer faster while the recipe is still rising and can result in a bumpy cake.





Kitchen counter

Wall of Cabinet

Cost of Installation



Space Usage

Uses Kitchen Counter

Any free kitchen space

Repairs & Replacement

Easy & Less Expensive

Difficult & Expensive


Low Cost

High Cost

Best oven for home bakers to buy: Built-In vs Countertop Oven

So when you choose between the countertop and built-in oven keep these things in mind. Now the next question to answer is if you need a microwave oven or OTG.

One of the most common questions people have asked me is about the brand of the oven they should buy. The question might look simple, but the answer isn't that simple. People have asked this question because they trust my advice. And hence a greater responsibility while giving recommendations. So I thought to solve this problem and curated a list of my top 10 ovens for baking. Don't miss to check the list.

Microwave Oven vs OTG

I get this question almost in every baking workshop that I have conducted. There seems to be a lot of confusion between microwave vs oven.

Should I buy an oven or microwave is a generic question I hear time and again. If you have the same question in mind, continue reading. Don't let your baking fail because of the wrong selection of the oven.

Microwave Oven

A microwave oven is loosely referred to a microwave. This appliance uses microwave radiation (electromagnetic waves) to produce the heat. These are available between 16L to 40L of capacity.

Microwave Ovens are heavy and that makes it difficult to move around. These appliances need dedicated space on your kitchen counter and operated with electricity. Microwave Ovens are expensive to buy. A 32L microwave oven could cost you around 20K.

Types of Microwave Oven


Solo Microwave Oven

This is the basic model that only has microwave mode. You can heat, reheat, defrost, and cook food in this type of microwave oven. Solo microwave ovens come between 16L to 20L in size. Morphy Richards 20L Solo Microwave Oven is a great choice if you like to buy one. You cannot bake and need microwave-safe utensils to use in a solo microwave oven.


Grill Microwave Oven

These types of ovens have a heating coil on the bottom as well as on the top side of the compartment. These ovens can grill and roast the food. Morphy Richards 20L Grill Microwave Oven is one of the best if you decide to buy. You need microwave-safe utensils for this type of oven. You cannot use this oven for baking purposes.


Convection Microwave Oven

These microwaves have the ability to cook, grill, and bake. These ovens come with a fan inside that circulates the heat inside the compartment. The convection mode helps in even baking. At my mother’s place, we use Samsung 28L Convection Microwave Oven and are happy with the performance.

OTG – Oven, Toaster, and Griller

OTG, loosely referred to as Oven, is a chamber that uses electricity to produce the heat and bake the food. Oven for baking at home ranges between 16L to 60L. These are also referred to as electric oven for baking cakes and bread.

OTG’s are less expensive to buy. A 28L OTG will cost you around 7K which is almost 1/3 or a microwave oven. Utensils that you can use on a gas stove can be used in an OTG.

In an OTG, there are two heating coil, each placed on the top and bottom of the chamber. These OTG's are light in weight and you can move them around. You will find gas operated as well as electric operated OTG's in the market.

Gas Ovens vs Electric Ovens

Gas ovens are expensive to buy but their running cost is low. It heats up faster but unless they have a fan (most of them do not), they do not distribute heat evenly and have a hot spot. It means that you have to rotate the food while baking. You will need to connect the gas cylinder with the gas ovens which makes them stationary.

Electric ovens are cheaper to buy but the cost of electricity makes them expensive in the long run. These usually come with a fan and distribute the heat evenly. Since electric ovens only need a wall socket makes it easier to move around.

You can also get bigger Ovens than 60L (commercial ovens) that we will discuss later in this article.

Types of OTG


Conventional Oven

Generally the OTG’s less than 40L capacity are conventional ovens. Small size and its small price bracket make it favorable for a small family. A conventional oven will have a heating coil on the top and bottom of the chamber. The thermostat inside keeps the temperature steady.

The downside of a conventional oven is that it only surrounds the food with hot air. Because the air does not circulate inside the chamber, the oven develops hot spots. This leads to uneven baking.  My Morphy Richard 28 RSS  is an example of a conventional oven. It is a great OTG and for small baking, I always trust on this when I am baking just for myself.


Convection Oven

Along with the top and bottom coils, some convection ovens may have a third coil. It also comes with a fan inside. The fan circulates the hot air in the entire chamber and helps in rapid and even baking. Food item inside a convection oven browns faster. Since it bakes fast you need to run it either for less time or need to set at a lower temperature while baking your food.

A convection oven is great for cookies and biscuits, muffins and puff pastry and small stuff. But, you might like to be more careful when you are baking larger items like a bread loaf. They may brown faster from outside and whereas uncooked from inside. Using an aluminum foil to cover the exposed area might be a good option. Alternatively, you may switch off the fan mode and bake. My second oven (bigger in size) at home is Morphy Richard OTG Besta 52 Ltr.

When choosing between a microwave oven and OTG, keep the purpose of buying in mind.

Check my Recommended Top 10 Ovens for Baking

Microwave vs Oven


Microwave Oven


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Max 40L

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Ok, by now you would have decided between a microwave oven and an OTG. So are you going to buy a countertop or a built-in appliance?

But before you zero down on your best oven to buy, the last thing you need to decide is the size of the oven. Your budget, the size of the family, and your baking preferences should determine the size of the oven. The following table can help you decide better.

Family Size

Ideal Size of Oven

2-4 people

20 L

4-6 people

32 L

6-8 people

40 L

8+ people

60 L

If you plan to start your home baking business, you might like to buy a 60L oven straight away. After all home baking business means a lot of baking.

Commercial Ovens

Restaurant kitchen that needs to serve a large audience needs bigger ovens. Commercial ovens come in a large variety of countertop and full-size models. Different type of commercial ovens are:

  • Commercial Microwave Ovens
  • Commercial Pizza Ovens
  • Convection Ovens
  • Rotisserie Ovens
  • Bakery Ovens
  • Broiler Ovens
  • Cook & Hold Ovens
  • Conveyor Ovens
  • Deck Ovens

Regardless of the type of oven you buy always check the following:

  1. If your gadget has a fan, use the fan. This will help baking the food at a lower heat.
  2. Do not open the oven door while baking. This will save any loss of heat and bake faster.
  3. Try to bake as much as possible in a single batch.

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  • Hi, Thankyou for such a lovely and informative post.
    I am starting a home bakery business and really confused about which OTG to buy. Currently I have Bajaj OTG, but for my needs I now need atleast 50-60 Lt. I realise that UNOX is the best but its too expensive. I have heard reviews of MR having uneven heating problems. Please can you help me suggest what would be the best?

  • I have been googling whats the difference between an oven, microwave oven and OTG. This article is the best for Indian region specific understanding of whats available in our market. Thanks

  • I have recently started baking breads. Till now have used only the Bake mode ie. the lower element and apart from once or twice the breads have turned out fine. Reading your blog has confused me if I am doing it correct.

  • Hi Sonia, thank you for this article. We are a family of 6 and I bake a lot of cookies and biscuits in my 16L Bajaj OTG, but I have to bake in multiple batches which tires me out.
    Do you think I should go for a 32 litre as you mentioned in the article or probably a 52 litre?


  • Hi sonia mam
    I have LG 28ltrs convection with glass rotation on bottom..iam confused with baking.. Wen ever I bake the upper layer of my bake will become very hard.. I preheat at 180deg and bake for 30min … I even tried ur Roessete cookies which melted and lost the shape and started turning hard and brown.. Pls help me in this… I joined 30days WWBC oct2020 batch…

  • Hii Sonia

    I am new to baking and have joined your 30 days baking challenge course. I have to buy oven for home cooking and for the course. Kindly suggest between Morphy Richards 40 litre RCSS and 52 litre RCSS.


  • Hi ma’am,recently bought Borosil 60L.usually cakes
    Are baked with only bottom rod on.but if I want to use both rods with fan ,should I reduce the temperature and if yes by how much.i feel the colour of the cake would be much better with both rods on .please suggest.TIA

    • You can bake by reducing the temperature to 20 degrees less than regular. However, the cakes will come out best if they are done only on the bottom coil without fan.

  • Hi sonia,

    What about a halogen oven..i have one of usha and most of the time cake does not come good.either its not baked or is over baked

  • Hi Ma’am
    I am a big fan and follower of your recipes.You are doing a wonderful job.I appreciate your efforts.
    I want to buy otg but confused between Morphy Richard 40 litre RCSS and Morphy Richard 40 litre Besta Black.My main purpose is baking ( cakes and bread) and grilling.Can you suggest better option between the two models.I bake for my family only.
    Thank you

  • Haii mam…..i hav an idea to start up a with a small business of selling cakes to my local people….and my budget is also very low…..i am really confused of buying oven …… otg or convection or….

  • I had a Morphy Richards OTG 40l before.. it had inconsistent heating and got rusted coz of not using for months. Suggest a good OTG which is perfect with temperature and durability

  • Hi Sonia,
    I want by an oven for baking cakes, pizza, tandoori for my family of 12 members, suggest me any two best oven, so that I can choose one…. Please don’t give me many options, because I get confused. Thanks

  • Hi Sonia! I am literally a beginner to baking, zero basic knowledge at all that’s why I am starting to feed myself with all the information I need to know before I start anything.
    Thanks for the article, but if you may help me more please because I still do not know which type of oven works best for baking. Mainly I will work with cookies and breads.

    Thank you very much,

  • hi

    really impressed with your work.

    kindly suggest:

    i have LG microwave+grill+convection+rotisserie all in one combo

    now my wife n daughter wants to bake cakes and things, and they want me to buy an OTG.

    plz guide weather that lg machine is as good for baking or should i buy OTG for them to make that perfect cakes?

  • Hi , read your blog’s very interesting and informative.. I’m looking to buy an Oven or OTG. Bit confused. We are a family of 6 .. I want to start baking.. we don’t use oven for cooking but mostly reheating outside bakery foods.. what should I buy and how many litres should I go for? Which brand do I suggest?

  • Thank you Sonia ma’am for such a informative article. I am a big…big fan of yours. I am a learner and hobby baker. I am having a lg 32 lt convection microwave. I just want to ask that the temperature and timing for baking which are being mentioned in recipes are for microwave or for OTG. If a recipe eg cake is being asked to be baked at 180 degree will it be same for convection microwave baking also. Is there any difference in baking in both microwave convection and OTG or it is same.

  • Very informative 😊. It will help everyone to choose the best for them. Thanks a lot for the recipes you share. Especially the no yeast pizza came out too good. Thanks a lot.

  • Thank you for sharing these tips. I am looking to buy a commercial baking oven for a small bakery business. Cakes, cupcakes, muffins etc. What size or type would you recommend. Any pointers? Do you think a 52 litre OTG would be better suited instead of a commercial baking oven.
    Thank you.

    • Depending on the scale of your business you should be deciding on what you like to invest.
      For example, If I am setting up a business that has a turn over of around INR 50K – 75K per month, a 52 to 60L oven should be fine.
      If I am setting up a business that will have a turn over of around 1Lac to 3Lac, I better invest in a small commercial oven with approx cost of max 1lac to 1.5lac
      If I am setting up a business that will have a turn over of more than 5lac, go for a combi oven.

  • Hi Sonia
    I have a Samsung microwave convection oven 32l. I need a simple vanilla cake recipe… can you please help me ….. thanks

  • Hi madam,
    Am very much interested in baking and is a beginner.Am planning to buy otg for baking ,but confused as what to buy among Bajaj majestic 1603T 16L Otg,Morphy Richards 18Rss 18L Otg and Morphy Richards Besta 18L Otg..can u please help for family of 4..

    Thank you

  • Very informative article Sonia hi.I m a big fan of yours.your bakes are toooo good.Need a small favour.Till now I was doing all baking in my Samsung microwave on convection mode.Abhe I purchased 52 RCSs otg.please cnfm which mode and temp for baking breads and which mode to choose and temp for baking cakes.It will be a great help as you are also using the same otg.Thanks a lot.Happy baking.will wait for your reply

    • Rekha,

      Thank you so much for appreciating my work. It means a lot to me.

      Well for baking anything just use fan and reduce the temperature by 20°c whatever is mentioned in the recipe.

      Happy Baking!

  • Thankyou for the article. Although you have mentioned in the article, it will be very helpful if you can answer on my specific question.

    Can OTG be used to reheat leftover foods? Im not intended to cook anything but to reheat food and bake. Will OTG be sufficient in this regard if so can you tell me the basic temperature setting.

    Thanks a lot.

  • Thanks for throwing light on all the points and discussing all the necessary information.

    We have a situation at home and I was hoping you could provide some suggestions.
    We have an old whirlpool convection microwave oven at home which we have been using for close to 10 years. We are vegetarian and my parents have primarily used it for microwaving vegetables so the cooking process is faster.

    I lived in the States for more than 5 years and our cooking habits have evolved over time and these days we crave for baked food more . Starting from something as simple as baking biscuits or baking some small quantity of bread/pizza/cake/pastry or even grilling/roasting vegetables .

    Our kitchen countertop is already overcrowded with multiple things and we do not have space to accommodate an OTG . We were planning to replace our existing microwave convection oven with a newer one . Is their a device which could do it all ?

    Looking forward to your recommendation

  • Dear Sonia,
    Could you pl advise me a durable and easy maintanance(cleaning purpose) OTG to baking Bread varities. Mainly for baking Breads.

    • Manoj,
      Selecting an OTG has three stages
      A – Personal use or Commercial use
      B – if personal use then for how many people and if commercial use then what is the capacity you want to expand in the next 2-3 years
      Personal: once you have figured out the number of people you will be baking for then you can pick one from the options I have given in my article. They cleaning challenges are more or less the same in all of them.

  • Hi Mam
    Read your article.bi have both
    a)microwave with convection and grill
    b) Inalsa OTG
    I am baking cakes and cupcakes for my family in microwave.
    But during this course I want to use OTG to get best results. But I don’t know how it. When to use top and when to use bottom.
    I hope you will be guiding in the recipe .

    • Hi Avantika,

      For Breads, use upper as well as bottom coil and for rest everything, use only bottom coil. Hope this will help you to understand your OTG better.

      Happy Baking!

  • Mam I am planning to buy OTG this January.
    Morphy Richards 52 ltr RCSS or Morphy Richards 52 ltr Besta Black. Which is better? Your suggestion please?

  • Hi mam firstly i give a big salute to you to helping us to clear our doubt very clearly moreover you replied to everyones doubts that seems to be a great thing mam can u tell me about the quantities takem for 1kg cake

    • Hi Jency,

      Thanks much for your kind words.

      Jency, its difficult to tell ingredient amount to bake 1 kg cake as recipe to recipe it will be different. In general, 125 gm flour with other ingredients yields 400 gm cake.

      Happy Baking!

  • Hi Sonia

    I have started baking for my family only a year back. I currently use an IFB 30 ltr convection oven, and its doing fairly ok for my bakes – except that the cakes don’t rise nicely. Can you please suggest what oven someone like me can use? I have researched a lot and I’m thoroughly confused. As of now I’m leaning towards an OTG that allows the fan to be switched off, and has a 60 ltr capacity.

    Thanks in advance!

    • Shyamali,
      In my experience microwave convection is going to be absolutely fine for baking anything. There are certain advantages of using an OTG but if your cake is not rising, the problem is with something else, not with the microwave convection.

  • Deepa,

    Please call your technician and get it checked. It can be a problem with Thermostat. Also start using oven thermometer as here is always difference between temperature on dialer and chamber temperature.

    Happy Baking!

  • Hi, Looking for a built in OTG and Microwave for my home. so i have few questions
    1. we need cooking and baking both so is it required to buy both.
    2. we have a small family but need to make provision for small get to gathers of around 10-12 persons so which capacity of OTG and MW I should buy.
    3. Which make and model do you suggest for OTG and MW. Looking at services also.
    Please reply ASAP as I have to decide in couple of days.

  • Nice article ma’am.It helped me to decide.Afraid of microwave due to its radiation.I will go for convection OTG

  • Hi Sonia…
    Very detailed information. Thanks so much. I have a query. I have both Oven (Murphy 52lts) and Microwave with convection (Samsung 31lts). I have baked in both. In microwave the color comes out perfect of any bake that is. In oven, somehow, it remains whitish, thou completely baked. I bake cakes and cookies in the middle rack with both the upper and lower rod on. Initially i used to bake with only lower rod on, my cookies/cake would burn. Now it doesn’t burn but i have never achieved the perfect golden color for any of my sweet or savory bakes. Can you plz explain where am i going wrong…and should i do to get that. It will be a great help to me. Thanks in advance 😊🙏

    • Hi Titas,
      Thanks for liking the article.
      The best settings for your OTG should be 160 °C, middle rack, both coil, and fan.
      You might like to ensure that you are actually getting 160 °C inside the OTG chamber that you can check by using an oven thermometer.


  • Thanks Sonia for explaining everything so well, in detail and yet simple language (no jargons). It has definitely helped me in deciding in buying my appliance. I was about to buy microwave oven but now I will buy OTG as OTG will suit my needs.

  • Hi Sonia,
    I have been baking cakes for an year. I have Onida Microwave convection oven at home and initially I started baking in the same. But, the cakes didn’t come out to be good. Either they get burned or remained uncooked. Same happened with the cookies. Then, I started baking in pressure cooker for home. Cakes in cooker came out to be good but that limits the baking in terms of size, time consumption, etc. Please help me out in baking the cakes in micowave convection oven (container to be used, temperature, time, etc), so I can enhance my baking skills.

    Soumya Kaushik

  • Hello Sonia,
    Thanks for sharing about the ovens, it’s very informative.. I want to buy an oven where I can heat food, grill and bake cakes, need your suggestion.. M from 🇮🇳. Thank you

  • Thanks for the article. I have been using my airfryer for baking pav and it comes out nicely in 15mins. Though it’s a small batch I can bake at a time, but it’s good.
    What’s your take on airfryer?

  • Hi Sonia,

    This is very informative. My requirement is heating food, grilling, baking cakes and pizza for home purpose (2-4), Can you please suggest which OTG should I buy.

    • Hello Kevin,
      Thanks for writing. The oven suggestion will change from country to country and since I am not aware of your current country it will be difficult to recommend. What is your country?

  • Hi Sonia,

    requirement is baking cakes,breads, cookies and pizza for home purpose, can you please suggest which i should buy

  • Hi,
    We are planning to get a Oven. Our main purposes are:- heating food, baking cakes, make biscuits, muffins etc. Which Oven should we go for? Family of 5.

  • Hi . For baked potatoes for restaurant purpose what oven will you suggest ? Pls give specific brand name for commercial purpose . Thanks

  • Very informative mam. I have IFB convection 25SC3 with solo, grill, convection mode. Can you please tell me what does25SC3 represents, and can i use this for making cakes, breads, cookies, muffins Or for that matter any baking item?

    • Hello Garima,
      I am not sure what does the 25SC3 means in totality, however, the 25 means the capacity of your microwave convection.
      Yes, microwave convection can be used for baking.
      – Sonia

  • Nice article. Many of the recipes and articles on the Net mention about preheating and maintaining a high temperature in the oven. How can we know whether the oven temperature is accurate (as per the needs of the recipe, especially for breads) and for long do we preheat and at what temperature? Thanks.

    • Samir,

      To check the temperature and accuracy, I always use Oven thermometer. Just place that thermometer inside the oven when setting your oven for preheating. The moment it shows the reading you want to bake at, place you tin inside the oven.

      In general, 10 minutes time is enough to maintain the required temperature while pre-heating.

      Happy Baking

  • This is a great article. Thank you. I was considering buying the Morphy Richards Besta but it appears that Morphy Richards RCSS has more accessories. My primary need is baking vegetables and using the grill. In this case, the RCSS is better option right?

  • Hi,
    I would like to know how many cookies can be baked at a time in 28 RSS otg?
    can we bake in 2 racks at time?
    What is the maximum cookie tray and cake pan size fits in it?

    • Keerthana,

      It all depends on the size of your cookies. you can make 4 large or 16 bite size cookies as well. To know the size of your tray, measure the tray dimensions of the tray you got with your OTG.


  • Hi Could you recommend some commercial Convection oven brands which are good for primarily baking cookies and brownies? Looking something with multiple racks, for setting up a small home baking business.
    Thank you

  • Hi .. I am looking to upgrade my existing OTG to either a Morphy 52 L RCSS or 52L bests. Would you know the difference between the two?

    • Hello Kanchan,
      The MR 52L RCSS comes with many accessories that are not included in 52L Besta for example Crumb Tray, Rotisserie Rods, Rotisserie Tong, Wire Rack etc.
      However, if you do not need all of them, then Besta is cheap and is lighter than RCSS.


      • Hi Sonia..

        i just got to read your article.. Great info..
        can u please let me know if the besta comes with a fan? is it a convection oven.

        Am a beginner with baking. This is the first oven am buying. Am confused with morphy richards besta 52L and a RCSS 52L..
        Can u pls suggest me with ur inputs

        • Besta is also a convection oven. Besta has little less features than RCSS. If you would be using your oven for grilling then go for RCSS, otherwise, Besta is great for baking.

  • I am new home baker your blog is very nice to learn about baking. I HAVE MORPHY RICHARDS 60L OTG can i use two racks to bake my cakes if yes than please tell me how.

  • Can you please post pic of OTG rack you use for breads/cakes? I have MR 52 ltr OTG and confused with which to use second or third from bottom. Can we bake on two racks at same time?

    • Hi Rajashree

      I always place my tray on middle rack ( third from bottom) for even baking and i don’t use mutiple racks while baking as it impacts the bakes.

      Happy Baking

  • Very informative write-up on how to select an oven.
    I have a Morphy Richards 20CG microwave Convection Oven. I want to make. Tutti Frutti cake, so please guide
    Which combination to use for baking the cake, or should I use only convection mode. What sort of vessel to use?Thanks

    • Thank you Soonu.

      To bake muffins, use convection mode at 160 C temp and bake for 20 minutes. On convection mode you can use any bakeware ( glass, aluminum, silicon, cast iron).

      Happy Baking

  • Hi Sonia, very informative. Thanks so much. Have bought Morphy Richards 28Rss. Which mode to use for breads? I did twice in bake mode. Not satisfied. Bread gets hard. The top bars does not on in bake mode. Only the bottom rods on. Can you pls advise. Thanks

  • Hello Sonia ji.. I have ifb microwave 23BC4 convection oven.. Can you pls tell me the settings to make a chocolate cake or sponge vanilla cake?

  • Hello
    Very informative write up
    Still not clear to me if built-in Otg and Microwave be installed rather than normal one.

    I am getting my kitchen renovated and hsve to decide

    I would like to know about th working of both


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